Cowgirl Candace rules in repurposing pretty much my entire life — clothes, leftovers and even creative content. As a professional writer, editor and marketer for more than a decade now, I’ve learned to master the art of producing, updating and disseminating fixed messages into new formats to reach niche audiences. The same goes for my […]
Reindeer, rockin’ horse and rooster wood carvings have a special place on the family farm. These manipulated mantelpiece adornments are one of the oldest art types — literally coming from the Stone Age and lasting to today. This antelope carving my mom gave me adds countryside detail to my home décor and is something I […]
Fluff up some autumn leaves for cushion, sit back and embrace nature. One of the easiest — and cheapest — ways to go on a great equine escape is daydreaming in a secluded Southern space. One of my favorite places to prop up and creatively brainstorm upcoming destinations to explore is on my great-grandma’s front […]
A popular farm fashion piece to strap between sturdy pine or pecan trees is the hammock. Outdoor sleepers like myself can catch the sweetest of naps in this comfy swinging cocoon, especially during breezy days. The rockin’ basket also helps me draw inspiration for creative projects and make daydreaming a natural pastime.
Painter Sho Sho Esquiro has matured a novel relationship between modern urban culture and traditional indigenous textiles. Designing original artwork for wreathe and wear, Esquiro’s “Bear Bull, Blackfoot Confederacy” painting is my editor’s pick to chaperone the month’s modeled Native American accessories. She even stamps her colorful, classic creations onto eco-minded fashion like pullovers and T-shirts. […]